In the Journal of Pediatric Nursing, Dava Szalda and colleagues examine how adult primary care teams can facilitate the transition and ongoing care of adults with pediatric onset chronic illness. Currently, over 90% of pediatric patients with chronic medical conditions are living into adulthood. For some pediatric onset chronic conditions there are more adults living with an illness than children. This qualitative study explores practice supports and barriers to care for this population, comparing them to other patients with chronic illness in order to identify facilitators that may be used or adapted. Using in depth interviews with twenty-two healthcare providers, practice supports identified include: formalizing intake processes, interoperable electronic medical records, and leveraging care coordination. Barriers identified included: definition of the medical team, lack of appropriate medical records, time and administrative burden, lack of training, and financial constraints. Themes may be utilized to design interventions and improve care coordination for patients with pediatric-onset chronic conditions.